The Best Addition to my Luggage…
It’s official – the doors open in less than 24 hours to the Quilt Fest of New Jersey.
On my way across the parking lot I created a stir among the Canada Geese – they did not stick around long enough to meet a fellow Canadian…
I was able to capture their tracks in the soft and slushy snow.
Once I entered the exhibition center I located my overstuffed suitcase. It is very full… and the image here shows it after I already removed eight quilted landscapes for the exhibition. Imagine how creased they were!
Introducing my best friend… a trusty spray bottle. Misting both front and back of each piece soon them back in prime exhibition form.
The special exhibition “Compelled” is up and ready for visitors to Quilt Fest.
This is the last time I am showing this body of work.
I have already proposed a new special exhibit to the organizers for the Quilt Festival of New England later this year.
Thank you to Mancuso Show management for providing such great exhibition opportunities for its instructors.
My afternoon will be spent judging and setting up my classroom for tomorrow. More poor weather is on the way, but I am confident that people in New Jersey are better prepared to deal with snow than Virginians… I know they have snow removal equipment here! As stated yesterday, I have a few openings in my classes and the lecture on Friday afternoon at 4:30 pm. The lecture covers “Innovative Connections”… stop in if you want to find out more!
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